AUG. LCT: After April 1, 2018, drivers found out of compliance with electronic logging devices could be ordered out of service. Is your service at risk?
JULY LCT: The new mandate for commercial fleet vehicles to use such systems has sparked a debate about who it applies to.
Joe Guinn and Chris Przybylski of Limo & Bus Compliance will help operators understand what's required for their fleet.
MAY LCT: Two key operational challenges for motorcoach operators are preparing for roadside inspections and maintaining electronic logs.
The industry was mostly prepared by the April 1 deadline for enforcement of the federal electronic logging device mandate.
APRIL LCT: These vendors have got your back for operating securely and legally.
Violations will be recorded on a roadside inspection report and the driver may be cited.
No more fooling: Bus operations have a few more months to make sure their data devices are working right and compliant with the new law.
Bus operators can access plenty of helpful resources on the ELD mandate for commercial vehicles that took effect Dec. 18.
The company's electronic log data (ELD) recording device is now ready for commercial fleets as new federal rules approach.
The FMCSA issued the rule in 2015 that requires interstate trucks and buses convert by Dec. 18 of this year.
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